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SOC 1003 Week 6

by: Morgan Routman

SOC 1003 Week 6 SOC 1003

Morgan Routman
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Intro to Criminal Justice
Professor Schwartz

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We had a snow day on Tuesday so these notes are only from Thursday's Class. Expect a study guide soon!
Intro to Criminal Justice
Professor Schwartz
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SOC 1003
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Morgan Routman on Thursday February 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SOC 1003 at George Washington University taught by Professor Schwartz in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 136 views. For similar materials see Intro to Criminal Justice in Sociology at George Washington University.


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Date Created: 02/19/15
SOC 1003 Week 6 22015 1212 AM How much sexual harassment is there in policing Who makes better a better cop Men or Women 0 O O O O O Victims of violent crimes Better with dealing with mental health victims Handing situations without force Attract fewer complaints Receive higher community support Responds better in cases of domestic violence 0 Make up less than 5 of the police force Get a lot of discrimination from male officers 0 Better Why 0 Few Depts Require actual degrees 0 Many have a degree anyway OOOOO Wiser use of discretion Greater understanding of socioeconomic groups Greater understanding of racial issues Read write and communicate better Fewer citizen complaints 0 Low visibility decision making Ignore the nuisance calls even if they are illegal The more people know each other the more police are willing to ignore minor things 0 Using nonlegal factors to shape decisions Who to stop How to conduct a stop The outcomes of the stop 0 NYC Lawsuit Racially based 86 of people stopped are black and Hispanic a they make up lt53 of the population New mayor reeled in the program and stops went down but the racial disparity was still there 0 Set of facts and circumstances that leads a reasonable person to believe that that person has committed a crime 0 Not mere suspicion 0 Less than beyond a reasonable doubt 0 Can guide judge o 1914 Supreme Court Ruling


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